to the home of Canterbury Books, an online bookshop located in Eastern
Canada, offering secondhand
books since 1992. We carry a general and varied inventory of used and
out-of-print titles for the general reader, the student, and the family
as well as scarce, odd, and antiquarian copies for the collector.
Overall, we stock about 80% nonfiction, 60% hardcover, and 30% trade
paperback. Most titles are in English,
but other languages are represented, most notably French. We own and
have in-hand each book described and listed for
sale - with few exceptions as single copies.
OXFORD GUIDE TO FAMILY HISTORY.
LA LIBERATION: Les Canadiens en Europe.
McAndrew, Bill; Bill Rawling; Michael Whitby.
Lindgren, Astrid (translated by Tiina Nunnally).
CATHEDRALS: With Seventy-four Photographic Reproductions and Seventy-four Drawings.
Pole, Felix (general manager).
BREAKING THROUGH THE BARRIER: Puppet Play with the Profoundly Handicapped.
THE INKLINGS: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams and Their Friends.
BARE POLES: Building Design for High Latitudes. (Carleton Library Series #185).
THINGS MADE BY INUIT.
Myers, Marybelle. (Editor). (Adamie Ainalik, translator).
BEHIND THE BENCH: Coaches talk About Life in the NHL.
Irvin, Dick [signed copy].
CANADA'S BOREAL FOREST (Smithsonian Natural History Series).
Henry, J David.
HIS GREAT ADVENTURE.
ANTI-SLAVERY REPORTER AND ABORIGINES' FRIEND. Special Centenary Number. Series V., Vol. 23, No. 2; July 1933.
Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.
FAVORITE RECIPES OF AMERICAN COOKS IN BARBADOS.
American Woman's Club of Barbados members.
A HISTORY OF THE ORIGINAL PEOPLES OF NORTHERN CANADA. Revised Edition.
Crowe, Keith J.
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